Early Detection and Rapid Response Network Ontario

Through our EDRR Network, we provide training in our four pilot areas to increase invasive species identification and management techniques. Click here for more information from the EDRR website.

Best Management Practices Training Webinars

It’s important to us that we grow our reach to all of Ontario and beyond, and that includes hosting training sessions in an easy-to-access, online format. Therefore, we have hosted a number of training webinars for many of our Best Management Practices documents and recorded them, so they can be viewed at a later date. Find the webinars from 2016 below and stay tuned for upcoming webinars.

Our final webinar with Eric Davies from the University of Toronto discussing Norway Maple’s impacts is today! Register here. 

Webinar Training Series 2016/2017 -PDF Presentations

Webinar Training Series 2016/2017 – Recordings

Using Ecological Integrity & Silviculture to Guide Forest Restoration: Tackling the Norway Maple

MNRF Phragmites Emergency Herbicide Use Project-Rondeau Park & Long Point Crown Marsh

An Introduction to Video Storytelling 

Water Soldier Status in Ontario 

St. Thomas Phragmites Action Plan

Update on the Invasive Species Act

Successful Management of Phragmites in Georgian Bay

Herbicide Regulations in Ontario for Invasive Plants

Webinar Training Series 2016 – PDF Presentations

Webinar Training Series 2016 – Recordings

Invasive Phragmites Management in Municipal Drains in the Town of Kingsville

Invasive Phragmites

Building Partnerships to Deal with Invasive Phragmites: A Grassroots Perspective

Clean Equipment Protocol

Japanese Knotweed

Wild Parsnip

Creating an Invasive Plant Management Strategy: A Framework for Ontario Municipalities

In 2015, with funding from the Invasive Species Centre, we developed a framework for Ontario municipalities to follow to develop their own invasive plant management strategy. In 2015 and 2016, we hosted four workshops throughout the province to engage municipalities and community groups in the fight against invasive plants, by providing information on how to develop an invasive plant management strategy. In 2016-2017, we hosted six more. Below are some of the presentations from these workshops. If you are interested in us hosting a workshop for your community. email Kellie.


Depending on funding, we host a number of other training workshops related to the Clean Equipment Protocol, invasive Phragmites, invasive plant identification and landowner’s management training workshops. Stay tuned to our calendar of events for a workshop near you or sign up for our e-blast.

You can also contact us if you would like to hire us to organize a workshop for you.